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Montfort

[ mont-fert; French mawn-fawr ]
/ ˈmɒnt fərt; French mɔ̃ˈfɔr /
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noun
Si·mon de [see-mawn duh], /siˈmɔ̃ də/, c1160–1218, French leader of the crusade against the Albigenses.
his son, Simon de, Earl of Leicester, 1208?–65, English soldier and statesman: leader of the Barons' War.
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Montfort
/ (ˈmɒntfət) /

noun
Simon de, Earl of Leicester. ?1208–65, English soldier, born in Normandy. He led the baronial rebellion against Henry III and ruled England from 1264 to 1265; he was killed at Evesham
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